A study by Hubbard et al (2017) assert that being physically active improves people’s quality of life. However, it not known if following a structured programme can help bowel cancer and Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) patients with their concerns related to living with a stoma.
Foster and Fenlon (2011) presented a conceptual framework to inform areas of self-management support, to facilitate recovery of health and well-being following primary cancer treatment.
Self‐management after prostate cancer treatment: evaluating the feasibility of providing a cognitive and behavioural programme for lower urinary tract symptoms
Faithfull et al (2010) aimed to test the feasibility of a self-management intervention to help men cope with Lower Urinary Tract symptoms (LUTs) resulting from radiotherapy for prostate cancer.
Assessment of treatment-induced female sexual morbidity in oncology: is this a part of routine medical follow-up after radical pelvic radiotherapy?
The aim of this research by White et al (2011) was to explore factors that influence the identification of treatment-induced female sexual “difficulties” in routine oncology follow-up after radical pelvic radiotherapy.
A research project by Taylor et al (2018) focused on receiving a diagnosis of mesothelioma (RADIO Meso).
Molassiotis et al (2015) conducted a nurse led study to assess and synthesise the available literature in the management of coughs in cancer patients, to improve on practice recommendations.
It is important that the process goes quickly, isn’t it?” A qualitative multi-country study of colorectal or lung cancer patients’ narratives of the timeliness of diagnosis and quality of care
A multi-country nursing-led study by Malmstrom et al (2018) explored how the emphasis on early diagnosis and timely treatment is reflected in patient’s accounts of care, from the first suspicion of colorectal or lung cancer to their treatment.
Prehospital randomised assessment of a mechanical compression device in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (PARAMEDIC): a pragmatic, cluster randomised trial and economic evaluation
An international award-winning trial by Gates et al (2017) evaluated the effectiveness of a mechanical chest compression device over standard methods of care for patients presenting in cardiac arrest.
Effects of prehospital 12-lead ECG on processes of care and mortality in acute coronary syndrome: a linked cohort study from the Myocardial Ischaemia National Audit Project
Quinn et al (2014) investigated patterns of prehospital Electrocardiogram (PHECG) use whilst also determining its association with processes and outcomes of care in patients with ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and non-STEMI.
The impact of supportive nursing care on the needs of men with prostate cancer: a study across seven European countries
The study by Cockle-Hearne et al (2013) explored the parameters of unmet supportive care needs in men with prostate cancer in relation to the experience of nursing care.